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Skinners' Hall dates from 1670 and is a Grade I listed building rich in history and tradition, being built immediately after the Great Fire of London. The hall is beautifully furbished with great style and elegance, including impressive courtyards inspired by Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winners Tommaso del Buono and Paul Gazerwitz.
Entrance is via the ceremonial gates and charming paved courtyard to the warmth and atmosphere of a fine Country house complete with outstanding paintings, coats of arms and period furniture. The building offers several different rooms and has many unique features which include the round gallery and open fire in the Outer Hall, the magnificent polished East India Table in the Old Court Room and the beautiful Italianate roof garden featuring a central fountain.
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